The first comprehensive report of Project MATCH, the largest treatment study ever conducted with alcoholics, this book describes the rationale, methods, results and implications of the study, and presents new findings about how treatment works and for whom it is most effective.Table of Contents •. List of contributors. . . Note from Series Editor. . . Preface. . Pt. I. Design and Implementation. 1. 1. Matching alcoholism treatment of client heterogeneity: the genesis of Project MATCH. 3. 2. Planning a multisite matching trial: organizational structure and research design. 15. 3. Clinical assessment: measuring matching characteristics and treatment outcomes. 29. 4. Therapies for matching: selection, development, implementation, and costs. 42. 5. Client characteristics and implementation of the research protocol. 62. 6. The matching hypotheses: rationale and predictions. 81. Pt. II. Findings. . 7. Primary treatment outcomes and matching effects: Outpatient arm. 105. 8. Primary treatment outcomes and matching effects: Aftercare arm. 135. 9. Treatment effects across multiple dimensions of outcome. 150. 10. A look inside treatment: therapist effects, the therapeutic alliance, and the process of intentional behavior change. 166. 11. Participation and involvement in Alcoholics Anonymous. 184. Pt. III. Conclusions and Implications. 205. 12. Summary and conclusions. 207. 13. Clinical and scientific implications of Project MATCH. 222. . App.: Personnel and facilities affiliated with Project MATCH. 238. . References. 245. . Index. 265.
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Titolo: Treatment Matching in Alcoholism
Autori: Babor - Del Boca
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Edizione: I 2002
Finitura: Copertina rigida